Intelligent pantograph on trial

INTRO: Ralf Roman Rossberg reports on tests with an actively-controlled pantograph GERMAN Railway and Bombardier have developed an actively-controlled pantograph to permit operation at higher speeds without costly alterations to overhead line equipment. The single-arm ASP design is also expected to reduce contact noise by 10dB(A) and to halve wear ...

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